Comment 60682

By Hopeful (registered) | Posted March 03, 2011 at 22:38:11

I have to bring up the idea of pedestrian over and under passes. These are frequently used in places from Ottawa to Istanbul and Toronto to Tokyo when planners decide that traffic flow is key but pedestrian have rights too. Many even have have full access elevators or ramps for the disabled or those with strollers incorporated into them. Interestingly, Hamilton seems to have more of them built to avoid sporadically used rail lines than "streets" that are de facto highways.

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